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Monumental

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Adjective

1. monumental

relating or belonging to or serving as a monument

Example Sentences:
'the use of the arch in monumental architecture'
'monumental sculptures'

2. monumental

of outstanding significance

Example Sentences:
'Einstein's monumental contributions to physics'

3. massive, monolithic, monumental

imposing in size or bulk or solidity

Example Sentences:
'massive oak doors'
'Moore's massive sculptures'
'the monolithic proportions of Stalinist architecture'
'a monumental scale'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Monumental

see synonyms of monumental
adjective
1. 
like a monument, esp in large size, endurance, or importance
a monumental work of art
2. 
of, relating to, or being a monument
3. informal
(intensifier)
monumental stupidity

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Monumental

see synonyms of monumental
adjective
1. 
of, suitable for, or serving as a monument or monuments
2. 
like a monument; massive, enduring, etc.
3. 
historically notable, important, or of lasting value
4. 
very great; colossal
monumental ineptitude
5.  Art
larger than life-size

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Monumental

see synonyms of monumental
adj.
1. Of, resembling, or serving as a monument.
2. Impressively large, sturdy, and enduring.
3. Of outstanding significance: Einstein's monumental contributions to physics.
4. Astounding: monumental cowardice; monumental talent.

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